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SK-5235 - Silent Knight Remote Annunciator for SK-5208

SK-5235 - Silent Knight Remote Annunciator for SK-5208
Manufacturer:  Silent Knight  SKU:  SK-5235
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The SK-5235 remote annunciator provides remote annunciation for the SK-5208 Fire Alarm Control Panel. The SK-5235 performs all system operations. It also provides trouble and alarm information and can be used for programming. The SK-5208 can support up to six 5235 Remote Annunciators.


  • 2-line 16-character LCD display
  • Indicates Trouble, Alarm, Supervisory, and System Status conditions with LEDs and LCD display
  • Each SK-5235 is individually supervised by the SK-5208 FACP
  • Up to 6 per SK-5208 FACP
  • Operation and appearance comparable to the control panel's on-board annunciator
  • Can be wired up to 1500 ft from FACP OPR operator's key ships with SK-5235, this key can be used to perform user operations, but will not open the control panel door
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Operating Voltage 24 VDC
Current Draw
Standby 30 mA
Alarm 50 mA
Width 7-3/16” (18.26 cm)
Height 5” (12.7 cm )
Depth 1-1/8” (2.86 cm)
Operating Temp 32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C)
Maximum Wiring Distance 1500ft
Installation Manual
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Spec Sheet
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Size: 573 KB

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In most cases, the installation or expansion of a commercial fire alarm system is determined by code requirements. There is federal, state, and local codes that come into play, specifying who must install fire alarm equipment, what type of equipment must be installed, where and how it must be installed. Failing to comply fully with any of these codes can result in denial of occupancy permits, fines, legal and financial liability.

Sorry we do not offer technical support for these products because of local codes that come into play specifying who must install fire alarm equipment and where and how it must be installed. To read more, visit the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code website.